10:21am Milennial awakens. Milennial does not know concept of privacy or morning routines. Let's post this thought on Facebook. 11:03am Still on Facebook. Posts selfie. I am so pretty. Caption reads: "Here is me next to a bird man stabbing a helpless creature, at MIT." I am so pretty. 11:31am Goes down to get tea.… Continue reading I’m fucking addicted to Facebook. Ode to the Facebook
So, I have problems. Maybe that is weird to say. But I have problems. And actually, since twelve I knew I had problems. I sat at the computer through my adolescence studying all the types of problems. I went to WebMD for mental health problems. I went to Tumblr for my adolescent girl problems. Eventually… Continue reading The Personal is Political
Grotesque, the dog, she cleans up the blood of the destruction. As always. She naked by choice? She seems a butch, no? Does she. Is that carcass too, female? Still clean all around, beside the blood that spatters the floor.
The title of this post turned into a piece now published at Eclectica Magazine, the world's oldest online magazine. If they accepted pictures, these would be in there.
I have always been a creative person. I have always been a mentally ill person. Since childhood I was filled with neurosis, counting the tiles and cracks on the sidewalk, cursing myself with superstitions for stepping on the wrong ones. I subjected myself to lots of shame and self inflicted painful mental habits, and ultimately… Continue reading Can Body Movement Offer Therapy for Mental Health Problems?
Throughout my five or so years investigating how to live sustainably, comfortably, and aesthetically beautiful, I've received one consistent criticism: money. I spend time with many low income individuals, and usually their first concern when I mention any new idea of personal spending habits is, "Yeah, but that needs money." So to solve this problem,… Continue reading Shopping Sustainably by Class
On a Facebook page, Triggering Memes for Regressive Teens, which I am not even sure how I came to follow, there is a picture of a very large woman holding a very arrogant sign. Most people are on there are fat shaming her, but they are missing out on the hugest opportunity to actually bring… Continue reading Modern Western Pop Feminism and its Contribution to Human Rights Violation of Rape Victims
The election results are in, and women are becoming outraged and fearful at the initiation of a Trump “dictatorship,”. One of the biggest concerns is the overturning of Roe v. Wade and the defunding of Planned Parenthood (PP). This mania of fear and loss of control can be helped. It would be a true disappointment… Continue reading Autonomous Reproductive Health
One of my values revolves around sustainability. I think a lot of newer sustainable clothing businesses are very expensive and also, their designs are just not tasteful to me as a whole. I like chic, feminine, sophisticated, and form fitting. (This outfit is not form fitting but I still like it). Many of the sustainable… Continue reading Ethical Fashion Outfit #1
I shit on St. Louis a lot on my personal social media, but I do not neglect to recognize the great things that we are doing. There are people improving it for sure. In fact, my campus and school, The University of St. Louis-Missouri (UMSL) is doing some stuff to make things better, beautiful, and… Continue reading Innovative Infrastructure, STL, UMSL